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  1. 16 Jan
    Thu / 2014
    Right now the Dora Maar house is empty, the garden trimmed, library back in order, kitchen cleaned, shutters closed. But in my memory I can still see Marie’s brightly painted silks hanging from the stairwell, or how Kathy turned the downstairs gallery into a giant pinhole camera. I can still hear Pola singing “Bohemian Rhapsody” . . .

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  2. 07 Aug
    Wed / 2013
    Announcing the 2013 Summer/Fall Brown Foundation Fellows at the Dora Maar House

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  3. 15 May
    Wed / 2013
    For the Dora Maar House salon in April, Ukrainian poet Natalka Bilotserkivets talked about “We’ll Not Die in Paris." This poem, sung by the rock group Dead Rooster, became the hymn of the post-Chernobyl generation of young Ukrainians that helped bring down the Soviet Union.

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  4. 11 Dec
    Tue / 2012
    Just before our last fellows of 2012 left, they got stuck in the elevator at the Dora Maar House. Some former Dora Maar fellows may just now be thinking, "hey that’s a good strategy to not have to leave." But the "pompiers" (firemen) were called . . .

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  5. 19 Oct
    Fri / 2012
    One of our current residents at the Dora Maar House, Anne Vilsbøll is a Danish painter, author and curator. While at the Dora Maar House, Vilsbøll continues to work on her series of paintings “Les Doyennes and Les Doyens de Provence,” portraits of people between 80-100 years old. As she searches out, meets and talks with some of the oldest citizens of the village, she returns to Dora Maar full of awe and enthusiasm....

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